Artemedica is proud to announce the arrival of the ThermiRF system at our Santa Rosa offices!
ThermiRF is an aesthetic device that uses heat energy to produce amazing results in skin all around the body. It’s the first device of its kind approved by the FDA, using temperature-controlled radio frequencies to stimulate and tighten skin.
The ThermiRF system works by applying very specific amounts of heat to deeper areas of the skin. When collagen reaches a certain temperature, it reacts by shrinking. The end result is tighter, smoother skin.
The key to the system’s success is its unique ability to constantly sense and adjust the temperature of your skin. The heat always remains within comfortable levels, but also at levels that are just the right temperature to stimulate collagen.
ThermiRF is known for its outstanding results, while still remaining minimally invasive or non-invasive. The best part about it is that many people are candidates!
ThermiSmooth is one of the procedures performed with the system. ThermiSmooth is a completely non-invasive procedure that tightens skin gradually, leading to a more youthful looking you.
When compared to similar procedures, like Ultherapy and Thermage, ThermiSmooth comes out on top due to its pain-free nature. ThermiSmooth is usually reported to be non-painful, feeling more like a gentle, warming massage.
ThermiTight is the second procedure performed with ThermiRF. ThermiTight is minimally invasive, working on much deeper layers of skin and producing more dramatic results. ThermiTight’s results are so good that they’re often compared with surgical procedures, like a mini facelift!
ThermiTight also wins out vs. Ultherapy and Thermage. It produces results that simply aren’t possible with fully non-invasive procedures, while still remaining mostly pain-free. Most patients report only minor discomfort during the procedure.
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Contact Artemedica to learn more about these great new procedures. We can work with you to figure out the best procedure to achieve your desired results.